Oklahoma State’s three commits went 1-2 at FloWrestling’s “Who’s Number One” showcase Saturday in Austin, Texas.
152: No. 2 Victor Voinovich (OSU) dec. No. 1 Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska), 4-3
Voinovich scored two third-period takedowns to rally for a 4-3 win.
Voinovich opened the match against Condomitti with a deep single-leg takedown attempt, but was unable to execute a trip on the boundary line to finish the takedown. Condomitti fought it off and got the action to the mat to finish out the first.
Condomitti surprisingly took bottom against Voinovich, who is known as a tough rider, and scored a reversal in the opening minute of the second for a 2-0 lead. Condomitti looked to turn Voinovich, but the future Cowboy stayed his ground.
Voinovich chose neutral to start the third and tied it 2-2 with a high-crotch takedown 15 seconds into the frame. He cut Condomitti loose to trail by one point then scored another takedown and rode out the final 30 seconds for the win.
It was his second WNO victory after he pinned eventual four-time California state champion and Arizona State signee Jesse Vasquez at last year’s event.
Victor Voinovich scores this late takedown and ride out to win a close 4-3 match.— FloWrestling (@FloWrestling) October 3, 2020
220: No. 1 Nick Feldman (2022 uncommitted) major dec. No. 2 Kyle Haas (OSU), 13-5
Haas’ defense wasn’t up to the task against Feldman, who scored six takedowns in the match.
Feldman scored a takedown five seconds in and Haas escaped right away to make it 2-1 after the first. Haas gave up an escape 30 seconds into the second then Feldman went to work with three takedowns to pull away from Haas 9-3.
Haas escaped to open the third, but Feldman flashed his quickness with three more takedowns on a variety of shots to secure a major decision.
160: No. 1 Paddy Gallagher (Ohio State) injury def. No. 2 Travis Mastrogiovanni (OSU)
Mastrogiovanni, who weighed in 10 pounds under with a bucket of chicken, tried a granby roll during a mat return in the first period and landed awkwardly on his head. He called for injury time, but decided to continue the match and trailed 2-0 after the first.
Gallagher escaped then scored two takedowns off go-behinds to open a 7-2 lead before Mastrogiovanni called the match due to neck pain.